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This is possible because those who seem sincere may secretly be racist, and this behavior can deeply hurt someone. Lee does a terrific job of conveying just how bad racism was in her time. Racism is an injustice overlooked by many, and she brings people back to a time when it could not be overlooked because it was such a frequent and normal occurrence. Nowadays it is not considered uncommon, but definitely still happens(Racism). Besides the trial of Tom Robinson, there are other instances of racism in the book... ... middle of paper ... ... a thing of the past, Americans ultimately have to make the decision for themselves rather they will act kind to those who are different, or except everyone regardless.
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